The Jew, Christian, and Muslim have several things common in the origin of man/creation. The first books define the same matter from Creation to Abraham and the history continues on till the time of Jesus.
The Jews were awaiting the coming of the Messiah (Jesus) but when he came, didn't accept it, and are still waiting. The Muslims I think, also come from Abraham or Ibrahim, and they spread out across the nations from Morocco to Iraq (Arab nations). The non-Arab Muslim areas are from Iran and eastward. They believe Jesus as a prophet, not son of God.
For Christians, Jesus fulfilled the promises of the Old Testament and brought on the New Testament or all that is written from the time of Jesus' time on earth.
You might have heard names like Moosa or Musa which is the equivalent of Moses; Dawood for David; Salameen or Salman for Solomon and so on.
A big common feature of over 225 cultures amongst the religions around the world is the story of the world-wide flood of Noah's time. The story goes something like that the world got destroyed by flooding and very few (8 or less) people survived and repopulated the earth. This particular flood event is an undeniable proof of commonality amongst the different religions. This story is found all over the land areas in countries and regions, with some variations but with the same base line.
The Old Testament of the Bible talks about the origin of languages. At some point man became too arrogant and built a tower (of Babel) to reach the heaven and God simply confused them by language. The builders could not communicate with others except with those smaller bunches of people who understood their language. Different groups moved away from each other separated by language.
I am aware that the original Creation story is embedded in the Chinese written language. The Chinese do not use alphabets like English but draw out seemingly complicated characters which say more than a word; they say a phrase or theme. Their characters for the Creation, boat, flood, tempter etc. all depict the creation aspects in their writeup. You can google search Bible creation in Chinese characters to see.
In the Rig Veda (@1800-1400 BC), it talks about the "Purush Prajapati" which describes the Jesus of the Bible – Creator who became a man, the ultimate sacrifice, the resurrection, the lamb of sacrifice, etc. of course this is disputed by some, but the coincidence is way too close to deny.
It is always good to search the scriptures to see if these things are true, and not be carried away by 'religious' teachings of any religion. There is a huge difference between the Holy writings and religious traditions.
Now, to current world situation:
The World War 1 and 2 are not just political wars; they were religious wars, where the religion took a major part but cleverly buried under nationalism. Towards the end of WW1 there was the Balfour Declaration which basically promised the creation of the Jewish state in Palestine land. WW2 saw the implementation and the land was carved out of Palestine.
The religious Jews look to the building of their Jewish temple in the same mount where there is a mosque today. When the temple is built there, the Jews are to start certain religious procedures which fulfill the conditions for the return of their messiah. But they have a great difficulty in dislodging the mosque. Further, that mount is sacred to Christian religious people also, as Jesus ascended to his Father from there. So over the last 25 + years we have seen the main stream media utilized to push an agenda of the terrorism linked to Islam, perhaps starting with the first attack on Iraq and continued on till today where the word Muslim is connected directly with terrorist, at least in the US and west European countries. Today it is easier for the Jewish temple to be set up in Jerusalem than few years before. The Christian evangelicals in USA also fully support the Jewish agenda because they understand that Jesus will return after certain events including about the temple and the establishment of the (religious) New World Order. For the Jewish people, the Muslims are a big problem; the Christians are easy to push over, and they will after setting up their temple.
The Hindus talk about the kaliyug and return of Krishna. The Muslims expect the return of someone whom I am not sure but I think is called the Mehdi. Christians talk of end times of greatest evil before return of Jesus.
The monotheistic religions of the Hebrews/Jews, Muslims, and Christians all believe in creation as against evolution. The Hindus don't, but the Hare Krishna movement believes in creation and not evolution.
I am sure there are more common aspects in various religious writings, but the above is what I have come across. I am not religious but I follow the written word of God.